Browse by:

CT’s biz climate is about more than corporate taxation

Ellen Shemitz |

A basic line learned by every first year law student is that “bad facts make for bad law.” This maxim holds true in the legislature as well as in the courts.

Schools, biz develop next-generation workers

Q&A talks about CT's workforce development efforts with Andrea Comer, executive director of the Connecticut Business & Industry Association Education Foundation.

CT firm’s flight simulators reshape STEM education

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

When Jay LeBoff, creator of the STEM Pilot flight simulator, struggled to steer with his X-Box controller, he took a unique pit stop in 2004 by creating a surround-sound simulated race car.

Doc Migration: Many CT-minted physicians leave state

Matt Pilon |

UConn Health and Yale will graduate upwards of 200 doctors this spring, but if previous experience is any indicator, well over half won't actually practice in Connecticut long term.

Amistad sets sail with new ownership

The state is no longer the captain of the Amistad schooner. Ownership of the historical teaching vessel has been turned over to a new nonprofit.

New St. Francis parent refinancing $246M in debt

Trinity Health Corp., the hospital operator that acquired St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center and its related entities, is headed to the bond market.

Slowing demand for community college enrollment

Matt Pilon | 1

After a period of growth during the recent recession, Connecticut community colleges are facing continued declines in student populations.

Report paints bleak portrait on CT jobs recovery, wages

Despite lower unemployment, the economic recovery has left behind many, in particular people of color, young workers, those paid low wages, and many with low levels of education.

Millennials don’t want to work in economy driving fields

When it comes to key industries driving the U.S. economy, most Millennials aren’t interested. They would rather work in the arts, technology or education.

Quinnipiac Law tapped as USDA mediation center

Quinnipiac School of Law’s Center On Dispute Resolution has received certification from the USDA to operate the first Connecticut Agricultural Mediation Program.

Copyright 2015 New England Business Media